Is there an easy way to programmatically retrieve the library that a
Domino server is using?
That information is displayed on the WRKDOMSVR command but I can't
figure out how to process it inside one of my CL programs.
Opt Server Subsystem Library Release
JAGUARLEI11 JAGUARLEI1 QDOMINO702 7.0.2
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Thank you. Most of those entries were blank. I compared it to another
domain and used that. Boss says not to bring this server down for a
backup. Claims the information is static and can be resurrected from
other development servers. I can back it up once every 8 weeks or so.
Only server hosting www.dekko.com. Summary, time of day was not too big
of a concern.
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